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The Keystone X-L pipeline is one step closer to becoming a reality, but that doesn't mean TransCanada will be able to make deals with landowners any time soon.
According to the Omaha Word Herald, State Senator Bill Avery is pushing a bill that would prevent oil pipeline companies from striking any agreements with landowners before they receive government approval to do so.
TransCanada didn't have a stance on the bill.
We're at the beginning of a 45 day open comment period before President Obama is slated to make his final decision.
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